1. Telenor Group CEO says first-quarter earnings were solid despite turbulence in Myanmar  CNBC International TV
  2. Telenor posts first-quarter loss after writing off Myanmar business following coup  CNBC
  3. Norway's Telenor fully writes off Myanmar unit for $782m  Nikkei Asia
  4. Capital Calls: Telenor's tricky Myanmar call  Reuters
  5. Steady performance in the first quarter  Yahoo Finance
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Telenor's mobile operation in Myanmar, where it has operated since 2014, remain severely restricted following the military's seizing of power in a Feb. 1 coup.Telenor's mobile operation in Myanmar, where it has operated since 2014, remain severely restricted following the military's seizing of power in a Feb. 1 coup.

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YANGON -- Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor on Tuesday said it has fully written off its Myanmar operations, at a charge of 6.5 billion kroMobile operator sees 'limited prospects of improvement' as security worsens

Norway's Telenor fully writes off Myanmar unit for $782m - Nikkei Asia

Norway's Telenor (TEL.OL) wrote off the value of its Myanmar operation in light of the country's deteriorating security and human rights situation, plunging the group into a first-quarter loss and sending its shares lower on Tuesday.Norway's Telenor (TEL.OL) wrote off the value of its Myanmar operation in light of the country's deteriorating security and human rights situation, plunging the group into a first-quarter loss and sending its shares lower on Tuesday.

Telenor writes off Myanmar business after coup, posts Q1 loss | Reuters

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OSLO (Reuters) -Norway's Telenor wrote off the value of its Myanmar operation in light of the country's deteriorating security and human rights situation, plunging the group into a first-quarter loss and sending its shares lower on Tuesday. While it will continue to operate in Myanmar, Telenor's mobile business in the Asian country, where it has had a presence since 2014, remains severely restricted following the military's seizing of power in a Feb. 1 coup. The new regime imposed network restrictions for all operators, and on March 15 ordered a nationwide shutdown of mobile data that has since cut Telenor's subscription and traffic revenues in the country in half, the company said.OSLO (Reuters) -Norway's Telenor wrote off the value of its Myanmar operation in light of the country's deteriorating security and human rights situation, plunging the group into a first-quarter loss and sending its shares lower on Tuesday. While it will continue to operate in Myanmar, Telenor's mobile business in the Asian country, where it has had a presence since 2014, remains severely restricted following the military's seizing of power in a Feb. 1 coup. The new regime imposed network restrictions for all operators, and on March 15 ordered a nationwide shutdown of mobile data that has since cut Telenor's subscription and traffic revenues in the country in half, the company said.

Telenor writes off Myanmar business after coup, posts Q1 loss

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